Pro Arts Gallery successfully wrapped up its two month program of The New Situationists. During this period, Dérive app and Pro Arts worked on creating a deck of task cards for Oakland, California, home of Pro Arts, which now is available to the general public.
When you allow Dérive app to keep track of your location, you can find a map of your meanderings on our website.
Not even for a week has it been possible to create your own custom deck of task cards, using Dérive app’s latest release, and already the first full deck is seeing the light of day. Created for Olomouc, in the Czech Republic, the deck is about discovering and exploring local and regional business enterprises.
As of today, Dérive app now lets you create your own decks of cards and share them with others. Collaborate on decks by allowing others to submit cards and artwork, and by having your contributors vote on what are the best submissions.
In Oakland, California, ProArts is hosting a seven week event called ‘The New Situationists‘. On March 11, Dérive app will host a workshop, after which, for six consecutive weeks, participants will collaborate in the creation of location-specific deck for Oakland. If you’re in California, consider stopping by.
Hot on the heels of our iOS release, Dérive app is now also available for Android.
Just in time for Carnival, and to celebrate the release of our iOS app, Dérive app now has a location specific deck for Rio de Janeiro.
Dérive app is now available for iOS. Download Dérive from the Apple App Store.
Dérive app is coming to iOS and Android. We’re now opening up the beta program for iOS. Send us a message if you want in.
Dérive app is now available in Greek, courtesy of Maria and Alex from the Athens Plaython.
We’re very happy to announce a new addition to our team. Ian Barry has extensive expertise in a host of web technology environments and with him we expect to be developing the next version of Dérive app. Indeed, Ian knows the ins and outs of acronyms representing more technologies than many developers can shake a …
As of this week, Nora Noone has joined our team as online community manager. Nora will be responsible for talking to you. Or, rather, you, if you occasionally interact with us on Facebook or Twitter, where she’ll try to build our community and, through that, our reach.